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Muslim women activists challenging Donald Trump's Islamophobic remarks kicked off #CanYouHearUsNow social media campaign on Monday, August 1, to send a powerful message on who they are and how they speak out.
The father of an American Muslim captain who was killed in 2004 blasted Donald Trump Saturday for suggesting his wife was "not allowed" to speak during a powerful speech at this week's Democratic National Convention.
An American Muslim woman had a heartwarming experience after a 90-year-old Jewish man approached her in a book store to express solidarity and apologize for the anti-Muslim prejudice she faces as a veiled woman.
Hillary Clinton’s formally accepted the Democratic presidential nomination, becoming the first woman to head the ticket of a major US party, taking a swipe at Republican rival Donald Trump.
As Donald Trump addressed an Iowa event to complain that waterboarding was not allowed, the father of an American Muslim captain who was killed in 2004 taught him a lesson on patriotism, liberty and equal protection of law.
A group of Perth Muslim women has lamented the fact that commentaries feeding irrational fear of Islam were putting their life at risk, having a direct impact on their safety.
A new interfaith group has kicked off its work in Cincinnati, Ohio, to help combat anti-Muslim sentiment and promote interfaith dialogue and relationships with Greater Cincinnati's Muslim community.
American Muslim academics and activists congregated at Chestnut Hill College for the second annual Black Muslim Psychology Conference.
In an effort to counter misconceptions about the faith, Presentation College in South Dakota, Minnesota, will offer a course on Islam that aims to bust any myths about the religion while welcoming debates.
As Democrats gathered from around the country to nominate Hillary Clinton as the party's presidential candidate, Muslim leaders gathered to push the community to vote and challenge the growing problem of Islamophobia.